Triple H’s Daughter Aurora Rose Levesque Is a Star Softball Player

Aurora is actively engaged in both wrestling and collegiate softball.

By RahulPublished on: March 14, 2024 Updated on: May 1, 2024
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Aurora Rose Levesque, daughter of WWE superstars Triple H and Stephanie McMahon, is dipping her toes into the family wrestling business. According to her mom Steph, she is very much interested in wrestling.

Aside from wrestling, Aurora is also involved in various other sports, indicating a broad interest in athletics and a promising future in some form of physical competition. Given her parents’ fame and her own emerging talent, there’s a growing curiosity about her path—will she dominate the wrestling world like her parents, or will she carve out her own niche in another sport?

As we watch Aurora grow and train, the question on everyone’s mind is what lies ahead for this young woman.

Aurora Is Very Much Interested in the Wrestling Biz

Triple H’s daughter, Aurora, started wrestling training when she was just 13 years old. Her mom, Stephanie McMahon, shared this big news during a talk with talkSport at a Survivor Series event. What’s more, she mentioned that Aurora has always been ambitious, saying at only 8 years old she didn’t want her mom’s or dad’s job; she wanted to be the boss like her grandpa, Vince McMahon.

But Aurora, who is 17 years old, is not just dreaming; she’s actively working towards her goals. Stephanie revealed that Aurora has already been training in the ring and has aspirations of becoming a women’s champion. She’s been training with well-known wrestlers Nattie and Charlotte.

Sources say, Charlotte (left) and Nattie (right) trained Aurora.
Sources say, Charlotte (left) and Nattie (right) trained Aurora. Source: WWE

Furthermore, standing at a resounding height of 5ft 10 inches and weighing 160 pounds, she has everything a wrestler needs. As fans, we seriously can’t wait to see her journey into the squared circle.

Her Softball Commitment May Slow Down Her Wrestling Aspirations

While we love to see Aurora putting on her wrestling attire and head straight into the ring, she might choose a different sport, after all.

Levesque’s journey in softball is one to watch. As a right-handed batter and pitcher, she’s already made a mark playing for the BVSA 18u Lady Titans and her high school team at St. Luke’s School, based in Connecticut. In July 2023, Aurora’s hard work paid off when her team, the Lady Titans, took home the Championship trophy.

A photo of Aurora with her softball team
Aurora (fourth from top left) posing for a photo.

Now, as a student-athlete at Springfield College, Aurora is not just continuing her softball career; she’s excelling in it. Her commitment to both her sport and her academic pursuits has not gone unnoticed. It has led to her being named FirstCountyBank’s Athlete of the Month. This recognition highlights her contributions to Springfield College’s athletics and her commitment to excellence.

With such achievements early in her career, Aurora is quickly becoming recognized as the next big thing in softball. Apart from softball, she also played Basketball.

Triple H’s Life Changed After His Daughter’s Birth

The birth of his daughters, Aurora and Murphy, marked a significant turning point in the life of the wrestler Paul “Triple H” Levesque. He openly admits that becoming a father has profoundly altered his outlook, revealing,

“[Parenthood has] put a whole new spin on life for me…It changes the way you look at women.”

This acknowledgment indicates a deep personal transformation, suggesting that fatherhood has softened his perspectives and reshaped his values, especially in regard to women.

She Knows How To Combat Bullying

Aurora and her sisters, Murphy Claire Levesque, 15, and Vaughn Evelyn Levesque, 13, learned important life lessons early on, especially when it comes to handling bullying.

Their mom, Stephanie, knows all too well that life in the spotlight can attract unwanted attention. She understands that her children might face unique challenges as they grow up with famous parents.

Stephanie with her daughters, sharing a moment.
Stephanie with her daughters, sharing a moment. Source: US Magazine

To prepare them, Stephanie has shared the same advice with Aurora and her sisters that she gives to kids worldwide through WWE’s anti-bullying initiatives, like the Be A STAR rally. She taught them to believe in themselves and to treat others with respect.

Further, she emphasized the importance of not spreading negativity online or tolerating it in their personal lives. Instead, they’re encouraged to block negative influences and focus on spreading positive messages.

Stephanie also advises her daughters to speak up if they witness or experience bullying, whether it’s talking to their parents, teachers, or any trusted adult. She believes that with hard work and self-belief, her daughters can overcome any obstacle, including bullying.

Aurora Rose Levesque Supports WWE’s Charitable Programs

She is more than just an athlete; she’s also a supporter of charitable causes, particularly those affiliated with WWE. On her Instagram, Aurora has shared a link to Connor’s Cure. Connor’s Cure is a partnership between WWE and the V Foundation, aimed at raising funds and awareness to combat pediatric cancer.

Her Parents Are Married Since 2003

Her parents, Triple H (Paul Levesque) and Stephanie McMahon, initially paired up in a 2000 WWE storyline marriage. This on-screen romance sparked a real-life relationship, leading them to tie the knot in Sleepy Hollow, New York, on October 25, 2003.

Their transition from a televised storyline to real-life partners showcases a unique blend of professional and personal lives coming together.

About Author: Rahul

Rahul has been diving into the world of entertainment in niches like celebrity, anime, and health articles since 2016. As a passionate writer, he combines personal experiences with thorough research to create content that's not only informative but also relatable and engaging.